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The importance of reducing SFA to limit CHD

  • Jan I. Pedersen (a1), Philip T. James (a2), Ingeborg A. Brouwer (a3), Robert Clarke (a4), Ibrahim Elmadfa (a5), Martijn B. Katan (a3), Penny M. Kris-Etherton (a6), Daan Kromhout (a7), Barrie M. Margetts (a8), Ronald P. Mensink (a9), Kaare R. Norum (a1), Mike Rayner (a10) and Matti Uusitupa (a11)...
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